This study proposes a method for locating buried archaeological resources that combines the discipline go geoarchaeology with the perspective of landscape evolution. The study was designed to estimate the potential for buried archaeological resources by identifying buried land surfaces (paleosols) that were available for human occupation in the past. The findings of this study are important for understanding the influence of landscape evolution on the archaeological record of eastern Contra... Topics: Geoarchaeology, landscape evolution, holocene, radiocarbon, buried soil, buried archaeological site
byJack Meyer, M.A., RPA with contributions by G. James West, Ph.D. Brian Gassner, B.A.
At the request of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), a geoarchaeological study was conducted for the proposed Route 87 Guadalupe Parkway Upgrade project. This document reports the findings of that study which was designed to: (1) identify and document the natural landform-deposits; (2) search for potentially buried archaeological materials; and (3) evaluate the potential for buried archaeological sites in the project area. The study included archival research, subsurface... Topics: Geoarchaeology, landscape evolution, holocene, San Francisco Bay, radiocarbon, buried soil, buried...
To the popular cult of Adonis and Osiris was also central the sequence of life, death and resurrection, of Egypt which came out and into Roman times flourished well. In the 4th century BC after the conquests of Alexander the Great Baalbek was Hellenized of the world along with the rest of this part. Topic: Baalbeck Baalbek Archaeological Site Baalbek Lebanon Greek Roman god goddess ruins ancient...
Insight: DEA Marijuana Ruling / Rio Olympics / Archaeological Site / Steve Homan Jazz For Tuesday's Insight, marijuana remains a Schedule 1 drug, we receive updates on the Rio Olympics, the Trailhead Fire reveals an archaeological site and a jazz band performs in-studio. Marijuana Remains In Schedule 1 Category Of Controlled Substance Act The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration left marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug after deciding it has no medical use. University of the Pacific McGeorge School... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, public, radio, DEA, Marijuana, Law Professor,...
Senior Gleaners - More and more people are falling on hard times as the economy continues to falter. Today on Insight, we'll talk with volunteers from the local Senior Gleaners organization that collects and packages food for more than 160 feed-the-hungry programs in the area. Conservation Volunteers - You'll hear from Sacramento volunteers who do conservation work in Machu Picchu. The Conservation Volunteers International Program is a California non-profit corporation established in June 2007... Topics: Senior Gleaners, volunteer food gatherers, feed the hungry, Conservation Volunteers International...
byMaritime Heritage Minnesota, Ann Merriman, Christopher Olson
The Aitkin Wrecks Project 2015 (AWP-2015) fieldwork was conducted from late September to mid-October 2015. The goals for the Andy Gibson Wreck Site were to determine if the starboard side cylinder timber survived, to document that area of the wreck using terrestrial techniques, and to use underwater reconnaissance to fill in gaps that exist in the archaeological site plan. In relation to the Red Mill Wreck, the main objective was to locate what MHM believed to be the bow of the wreck and... Topics: Underwater Archaeology Minnesota Mississippi River, Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Headwaters...
byAnn Merriman, Christopher Olson, and Maritime Heritage Minnesota
Maritime Heritage Minnesota (MHM) conducted a side and down-imaging sonar survey of Aitkin County in August 2010 as part of the Mississippi River Aitkin County Survey (MRACS) Project. With the completion of the MRACS Project, the 104-mile portion of the Mississippi River in Aitkin County was the first section of any body of water in Minnesota to be systematically surveyed archaeologically using sonar. Prior to the MRACS Project, two steamboat wrecks sites had been identified within Aitkin... Topics: Minnesota, Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Headwaters Mississippi River, 19th Century, 20th Century,...
byMaritime Heritage Minnesota, Ann Merriman and Christopher Olson
Maritime Heritage Minnesota, a 501.c(3) non-profit, conducted a 104-mile nautical archaeological side and down imaging sonar survey of Aitkin County, MN in August 2010. Funded in part by the Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants program - also known as the Legacy Amendment - this survey represents the first systematic remote sensing survey of any body of water in the State of Minnesota designed to record and recognize new archaeological sites. The Mississippi River Aikin County... Topics: Minnesota, Maritime Heritage Minnesota, Mississippi River, 19th Century, 20th Century, archaeology,...